Earlier this month, ConcernedApe confirmed that it would offer a free Stardew Valley update that added Chinese, German, Japanese, Brazillian Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish localizations to the game in October 2016. Playism and Chucklefish were going help prepare and create the translations. However, issues arose during internal testing, which means the localization update has been delayed.
ConcernedApe went into detail about this Stardew Valley delay on the game’s official website. The PC localization update will be released as soon as it is ready, but definitely won’t appear in October 2016. However, this means English will be the only available launch language for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Wii U, and Xbox One versions of the game. In addition, the game’s multiplayer support is still in development.
Stardew Valley is immediately available for PCs. It will come to the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Wii U, and Xbox One before 2016 ends.